Maatr marks Raveena's return to the big screen in a full-fetched role after 2014's Telugu film Pandavulu Pandavulu Tummeda
Maatr Box Office Collection Day 2: Raveena Tandon's movie has scored Rs 80 lakh till now after the release of the movie
Noor Box Office Collection Day 1: Sonakshi Sinha's film opened in 1450 screens and made a meagre Rs 1.54 crore
Sonakshi Sinha plays a journalist in Noor while Raveena stars as mother, who decides to take matters into her own hans after being thwarted by the legal system
Raveena Tandon's Maatr hits the screens tomorrow. In Maatr, Raveena returns to big screen after a gap of two years, to seek justice
Censor Board refused to give a certification to Raveena Tandon's Maatr reportedly due to some gruesome scenes
Raveena Tandon was barred from promoting Maatr as the film's producer Anjum Rizvi was reportedly accused of not clearing the dues of the artistes involved in his previous project
Raveena Tandon, who is awaiting the release of her film Maatr, said: "Films are not my life. They are part of my life. I have children, husband, home, parents, shows and endorsements. I have a lot of things to do"
Raveena Tandon has revealed that it is hard for an honest person to survive in the entertainment industry
The release comes a day after Raveena Tandon unveiled the trailer of her new film titled Maatr, also meaning mother. Earlier this month, the still posters of both the films were revealed consecutively
The trailer of Raveena Tandon's film Maatr highlights the failure of the judiciary to deliver justice in crimes against women. The 42-year-old actress said the intention behind the film is to create awareness among the audience
Raveena Tandon said: "It was a decision made by the whole team (to not promote on TVF) and we will abide by that"